Too cold, too warm, too dry, too wet, too little light, too much light, earthquakes, erosion – wherever you go in the world, every region comes with its own challenges and solutions.
Every country faces its own geographic challenges. For instance, here in the Netherlands, we are faced with rising sea levels, and in Japan, people have to deal with earthquakes. There are also countries which, due to their geographic location, frequently experience hurricanes, monsoon rains, heavy snowfall or long months during which there is little natural light. In order to enable people to grow healthy food in such regions too, we supply our clients with sustainable greenhouses that are appropriate for their situation. For instance, our aluminum greenhouses may be equipped with a super-strong polymer called ETFE, which works extremely well in regions with an increased earthquake risk. Furthermore, our traditional glass greenhouses do a great job of providing cover for crops grown in regions that see a great deal of rain. In extremely warm areas with excessive daylight, a greenhouse covered with polymer film or a cabriolet greenhouse may help growers cultivate crops locally in a sustainable manner.